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There was only one line in the email: “Does anyone know how to spell La REGALADE and frogs legs or what???” With that we knew that we would have to make a trip to see Maria. Not only to keep … Continue reading
Foie gras (cooked, but cold) on a (cold) baguette with raw truffle. This is the best mixture so far. All of the ingredients shine and marry well. Maybe this is the reason that truffles go so well on … Continue reading
Recipes for Port Salt cod fish with baby potatoes, strawberry/beetroot purée and coconut milk with spices
Saltcod with potatoes, sweet onions and strawberry sauce I actually OD-ed on Salt Cod while we were in Portugal, but to be true to the Portuguese traditional ingredients, we decided that we had to do at least one recipe … Continue reading
Recipes for Port: Pork bellies (Rillons) and potatoes with strawberry/beetroot sauce and coconut milk
Rillons are a Loire Valley specialty but resemble some of the pork dishes that the Portuguese seem very fond of. We bought a cooked (boiled, not fried) chunk (2 inches long, 2 inches tall, 1,5 inches wide) and cut it … Continue reading
Gésiers with potato and beet Use either confit gizzards or gizzards that have been cooked for a long time. The gizzards must be really soft and really cooked so that their sweetness comes out. The spices we used were: … Continue reading